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RSD IS BASED ON TWO PRINCIPALS:

Our love for rugby and & Our responsibility to contribute to the comprehensive development of our kids.

Kids from the age of 3 to 17 can enjoy this wonderful and easy way of learning the necessary skills of Rugby. RSD prides itself to teach children a healthy and safe way to enjoy sports. RSD understands that loving the game of rugby means enjoying the time spend with friends and family by playing and being healthy. RSD is proud to have a showcase of students that excels in the game of rugby up to provincial level. Enjoying every moment they set foot on the Rugby field and doing so safely. RSD Ensure that your child gets the benefit of enjoying Rugby while learning important developmental skills and how to be safe when playing sports.

1) Development of physical fitness, strength, coordination of participants from ages 3 to 17 years

2) Skill development start at an early age.

3) Early exposure to correct rugby skills and techniques.

4) Children learn the importance of a healthy life style.

5) A child’s ethical and moral sense are developed through learning and playing by the rules.

6) Rugby orientated skills and strategic components of playing rugby learned through the RSD program improve concentration and evaluation.

7) RSD as a development and life skill program enhance social skills like sportsmanship and cooperation.

8) RSD promotes a healthy sense of competition and motivation.

9) By being part of a sport program, self-esteem and self worth are established and maintained.

10) RSD provides a safe environment where skills can be developed.

11) Pro-active involvement in the RSD program where life skills as well as physical skills are acquired not only improve the life style of the children but also the parents.

12 ) Sport require memorisation, repetition and learning – skill sets that are directly relevant to class work. The determination and goal-setting skills that are acquired through the RSD program, can be transferred to the classroom, thus less children with learning disabilities RSD program teach teamwork. Fighting for a common goal with other players, coaches, teaches you how to build a collective team synergy and effectively communicate the best way to solve problems. This will be very helpful in life when encountering problems